5 Things You Need to Know Today in Worcester – July 16, 2019

5 Things You Need to Know Today in Worcester – July 16, 2019

Esports Bar Inching Closer to Opening Near Shrewsbury St.

All Systems Go — an esports bar planned to open off of Shrewsbury St. — has taken one step closer towards opening its doors.

On Thursday, All Systems Go will stand in front of the Worcester license commission to request a liquor license. Specifically, the business will request a common victualer license, a liquor license for a 64-person occupancy limit and an entertainment license.

In early May, ThisWeekinWorcester.com covered what’s to come from All Systems Go — which, according to its Facebook page — is on schedule to open by the end of the year.

 

Christmas Comes Early for Boys & Girls Club of Worcester

The Compass Tavern on Harding St. in Worcester his hosting a Christmas in July Party and Holiday Rock Toy Drive kickoff for the Boys & Girls Club of Worcester on Thursday, July 18.

The party will start at 5:30 PM and tickets are $20 per person. Tickets include the choice of one specialty cocktail and appetizers. 

Proceeds from the party will benefit the Holiday Rock Toy Drive for the Boys & Girls Club, Friendly House, and Guild of St. Agnes. 

 

QCC Names New Student Trustee

Mustafa Boweden has been elected as Quinsigamond Community College’s new student trustee for the coming year.

Boweden will serve on QCC’s 11-member Board of Trustees acting as a representative for the college’s student body. Student trustees are elected to the Board for a one-year term. As the student trustee, Boweden will also serve on the college’s Strategic Planning Committee.

“If you look at our campus you can see it is very inclusive, diverse and has a fine infrastructure. The college is so successful in developing academic programs and I would like to help take that even further by enhancing the student experience and increasing extra-curricular activities,” Boweden said. “When students have other things to do in addition to academics, they become more vested in college and that can help with retention. We already have more resources than a lot of other community colleges and I’d like to increase this.”

 

Pulse St. Food Truck Festival is This Weekend

The First Annual Pulse Street Food Fest is happening this Saturday, July 20 at the Greater Good Imperial Brewing Co. from 5 PM to 9 PM.

Tickets, including  premium VIP tickets, along with more information can found be found here. A regular admission ticket gets you entry to the food truck festival and a VIP ticket gains you additional perks including a beer ticket, a private VIP area, and exclusive VIP bathroom access.

The festival will have live music from local band Hit the Bus and will feature popular food trucks and craft vendors including: Grill Daddy, Minuteman Kettle Corn, Pomaire, Trolley Dogs, Sun Kim Bop, Moosey’s Muddy Brook Café, Travelin Bones BBQ, Clyde’s Cupcakes, Off the Hook, Melt, Say Cheese, Pangea Cuisine, Bird’s Nest Italian Food, Cravin’ Shallots.

The Pulse Street Food Fest is sponsored by: Pulse Magazine, Catiani Insurance, and Greater Good Brewing.


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